Batumi (Q25475)

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second largest city of Georgia
  • Batum
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Batumi
second largest city of Georgia
  • Batum

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ბათუმი (Georgian)
ბათუმი (Georgian)
December 1990
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16 June 1921Gregorian
1 December 1990
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3 August 2012
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У Ашдода появился новый город-побратим — Батуми (Russian)
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Город Батуми стал побратимом Донецка (Russian)
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Брест и Батуми стали городами-побратимами (Russian)
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Грузинский Батуми побратался с китайским Урумчи (Russian)
64,900,000 square metre
6000–6099
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Georgia location map2.svg
1,715 × 913; 145 KB
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Georgia Adjara location map.svg
2,400 × 1,505; 148 KB
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Batumi banner.jpg
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Batumi
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+995 (422)
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2--4758
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